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My Mustang had undercoating / sound deadner applied to it. Anyone have a quick and easy method for removing it from the tank cover?

TIA
 

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Try a basic solvent like parrafin. Stay away from the likes of acetone, which may attack the plastic.

Use in a well ventilated area!!
 

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CB,
Bug and tar remover in the spray can (foam/liquid) either. Then typical varsol/paint thinner from LOWES.
Afterwards coat with a vinyl cleaner/wax to restore the dulling from the remover.
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kobrak,

If TIA isn't interested, I am. I'm a non-donor build and have been looking for one. Not too many available here in West Texas :(
 

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Kobrak,

Since I have one already (although it is going to require some elbow grease), let Hank have yours and we both have done a good deed for the day.

Hank,

TIA = Thanks in advance
 

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Originally posted by CobraBuilding:
My Mustang had undercoating / sound deadner applied to it. Anyone have a quick and easy method for removing it from the tank cover?

TIA
kerosene usually melts undercoating easily
 
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